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Final Fantasy XI Cheats, Codes & Guides

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  • Easy Money

    In the very first world pass, you can sell 3 rabbit-hides to an CP (computer) (the ones with the green lettering above the head) When you talk to this guy, he'll say Something about a quest for 3 rabbit hides then he asks if you would help him, say yes, go under menu, then trade n give him 3 rabbit hides, then once this is done, he will give u 120$ This goes for the same with 4 flint stones, but you only get 100$, n You can seel it 2 some guy in the bar, by the residential area.
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  • 120 Gil Every Time

    Ok first go to the west side of south sandoria and talk to this person near what looks like a market (not the 2 market stands on the right the one on the left) and then he'll tell you to give him 3 rabbit hides and all you have to do is kill rabbits and they give them to you and after your done you can do it as many time as possible.

    bastok money fast
    what I did was traveled to bastok from windy and killed a whole bunch of te dudes with the huge shell things on their back and got a whole bunch of shell shields now im not sure what they give yoy for them in bastok but if you go to a store in sandoria they give you 111 gil for each of em (i went to the outpost in west runfaure)
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  • Change Jobs

    To change jobs of your character without actually deleting your character and starting over, you can simply travel to your MOG HOUSE and access the menu inside. Once the menu is open there will be an option to CHANGE JOBS. There is no penalty to this beside that you lose your current job and get a new one. HOWEVER, if u change , your job's data and lvl information is still saved , so if u decide you want to change back, your information will still be there. You can find your Mog House In the residential area of your countries main city. Once inside, talk to your Mog(moogle) which should look the same as the Mogs in every other FF, he will then run you through the job change in the game!
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  • Getting a Chocobo

    Before you can ride a Chocobo you will need a Chocobo raising license. You can obtain this from the Chocobo stable in Jeuno. You must be Level 20 in your Primary Job before you can acquire a raising license. Once you reach this level though follow these steps. Firstly you will need to get Grass from Wadi Hare located in Wadi. You will need four of these.Next you must go to Jeuno. This is the only Chocobo stable which gives out the licenses. If your Primary Job Level is in the low 20's getting there isn't easy. If you can find a high level character to escort you there in a party it will help a lot. Otherwise you may need to wait until you are closer to your 30's to 40's in your Primary Job before attempting the trip. After getting to Jeuno, look at the map and and head to the Chocobo Stable. Once you arrive there talk to Brutus. Brutus will ask you two questions, for the first question choose the first answer, and on the second question choose the second answer. Now talk to Osker, who is close by, and Osker will tell you to go and get the four grass you should already have obtained from Wadi. Choose "trade" from the menu and select the Chocobo that is right next to Osker. Put one of the Grass into the trade box and click the trade button. The Chocobo will make a sound. The first and second time you do this the Chocobo will not eat the Grass. Take note of the time in the bottom left of your screen. You can make one attempt per day (it takes 6 game days in total). After the first two times you give the Chocobo the grass it will start to eat it. So the four grasses will be consumed on the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th tries. After you have fed it all four grasses you will obtain your license and can start riding Chocobo's!
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  • Starting Out

    Humes (Humans) are good at everything
    Galka are good at melee jobs (Warrior and Monk)
    Mithra (Cat people) are good at Dex / Agility jobs (Thief)
    Elvaan (Elves) are good at melee jobs (Warrior and Monk)
    Tarutaru are good at magic jobs (White and Black Mage)
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  • Big Gil

    First, get 1 Ice Crystal, 2 Distilled Water, and 1 Rock Salt. Synthesize the items and you will get 10 Tsargus. Keep doing this until you get rich in Gil!
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Final Fantasy XI Unlockables

  • Achievements

    Temenos Liberator (20 Gamerscore points) - Earn the title "Temenos Liberator".
    Warrior Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Warrior job up to its maximum level.
    Monk Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Monk job up to its maximum level.
    White Mage Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the White Mage job up to its maximum level.Black Mage Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Black Mage job up to its maximum level.
    Thief Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Thief job up to its maximum level.
    Red Mage Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Red Mage job up to its maximum level.
    Paladin Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Paladin job up to its maximum level.
    Dark Knight Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Dark Knight job up to its maximum level.
    Summoner Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Summoner job up to its maximum level.
    Samurai Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Samurai job up to its maximum level.
    Ninja Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Ninja job up to its maximum level.
    Blue Mage Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Blue Mage job up to its maximum level.
    Corsair Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Corsair job up to its maximum level.
    Puppetmaster Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Puppetmaster job up to its maximum level.
    Beastmaster Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Beastmaster job up to its maximum level.
    Bard Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Bard job up to its maximum level. Ranger Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Ranger job up to its maximum level.
    Dragoon Lv. 75 (30 Gamerscore points) - Level up the Dragoon job up to its maximum level.
    San d'Orian Rank 10 (30 Gamerscore Points) - Complete all the missions available for San d'Oria -
    Bastokan Rank 10 (30 Gamerscore Points) - Complete all the missions available for Bastok
    Windurstian Rank 10 (30 Gamerscore Points) - Complete all the missions available for Windurst
    Rise of the Zilart complete (40 Gamerscore points) - Complete all the missions from the Rise of the Zilart expansion pack.
    Chains of Promathia complete (40 Gamerscore points) - Complete all the missions from the Chains of Promathia expansion pack.
    Dynamis-Xarcabard interloper (30 Gamerscore Points) - Clear Dynamis-Xarcabard.
    Dynamis-Tavnazia interloper (30 Gamerscore Points) - Clear Dynamis-Tavnazia. Apollyon Ravager (20 Gamerscore Points) - Earned the title "Apollyon Ravager."
    Breaker of the Chains (30 Gamerscore Points) - Earned the title "Breaker of the Chains."
    Synthesis Skill 100 (50 Gamerscore Points) - Achieved 100 in a synthesis skill or fishing.
    Top Assault / Merc Rank (40) - Earned the Top Assault / Merc Rank.
    Relic Weapon (40) - Obtained the relic weapon.
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Release date: Apr 18 2006 - Xbox 360 (US)
Apr 20 2006 - Xbox 360
Sep 17 2004 - PC (UK)
Available Platforms: Xbox 360, PC, PS2
Genre: Role Playing
Published by: Square Enix
Developed by: Square Enix
ESRB Rating:
Teen: Animated Blood, Language, Violence
PEGI Rating:
12+

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